Mocha toned project

Mocha toned project
Universal Magazines

Many of the things you don’t actually see are what make this kitchen special to the owners

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“They wanted a very practical, user-friendly design, tailored to their love of cooking and entertaining. This includes the walk-in pantry for loads of storage, the integrated microwave, twin slide-out bins and soft-close drawers so the kids don’t break the crockery. A favourite feature is the slide-out chrome baskets either side of the stove, which hold all the herbs, spices and sauces the family use to cook up their favourite Thai food. The stove, with wok burner of course, is the focal point of the space, while the rangehood was concealed so it doesn’t detract from the streamlined look of the white gloss cupboards and frosted glass feature doors that are dedicated to glassware. The timber-look cabinet at the end of the island bench is the secret stash for the cocktail bar. The Shitake Caesarstone forms part of a thoughtful mix of neutral, mocha and earthy tones and finishes used throughout the home for continuity in colour and design.” Designer: Caroline Brown for Kitchens Victoria


Cabinet doors Vinyl Guilford Alabaster gloss and Grey Oak Natura (feature cabinet), brushed stainless-steel frosted glass feature doors
Internal hardware Soft-close drawers, Häfele twin slide-out waste disposal system, slide-out chrome baskets
Benchtop Caesarstone with mitred edge in Shitake
Handles 7039 Series brushed nickel flat bow
Splashback 300mm x 100mm gloss tiles in Biscuit
Kickboards Brushed stainless steel
Flooring 400mm x 400mm Luxe tiles in Mocha
Lighting Downlights, under cabinet
Oven/cooktop Arc 900mm stainless-steel professional cooking centre
Rangehood Arc 900mm integrated
Dishwasher Arc stainless-steel freestanding
Sink Arc 1 ¾ stainless-steel bowl
Taps Gooseneck mixer



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